Do You need to invest in server racks or custom packaging for your company? Here are a few important facts you need to know before choosing the best option for your company.
Professional custom packaging allows you to have a team of well experienced packagers develop a packaging product that will keep your products safe, and ready for delivery.
A rackcase is a case with mounting to transport equipment such as amplifiers, computers, displays, radios, encryption devices, and other technology that requires mounting for transportation. Rack mountable equipment is traditionally mounted by bolting or clipping its front panel to the rack. Within the IT industry, it’s common for network an communications equipment to have multiple mounting positions, including table top and wall mounting, so rack mountable equipment will often feature L brackets that must be screwed or bolted to the equipment prior to mounting in a 19 inch rack.
Aluminum custom rackmount cases have rugged construction that protects the product inside from weather conditions, heat, and moisture damage. A key structural weakness of front mounted support is the shear stress placed on the mounting rails and the leading edge of the equipment. As a result, 4 post racks have become common, with such racks featuring a mirrored pair of rear mounting posts. Since the spacing between the front and rear mounting posts may differ between rack vendors and/or the configuration of the rack (some racks may incorporate front and rear rails that may be moved forwards and backwards, i.e. APC SX-range racks), it’s common for equipment that features 4 post mounting brackets, to have an adjustable rear bracket.
Aluminum custom rackmount cases also typically have custom cushioning, padding, and bracing for the products held inside to make sure that they are as safe as possible. While there is no standard for the depth of equipment, nor specifying the outer width and depth of the rack enclosure itself (incorporating the structure, doors and panels that contain the mounting rails), there is a tendency for 4-post racks to be 600 mm or 800 mm wide, and for them to be 600 mm, 800 mm or 1010 mm deep. Though it might not seem all that important to custom rackmount cases, making sure that your servers are as safe as they can possibly be.
Pre-cut foam is used to cushion and protect products in many types of custom packaging plans whether you need server cases rackmount shipping cases, or you need to ship something much less valuable. Making sure that your servers are protected will prevent any delay in your turn around.